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What is Certificate of Incorporation

Once a company has been formed and registered with the correct authorities then authority will issue a certificate of incorporation as proof of registration. This can be used to set up the company’s bank account and other registration requirements with other institution and authorities e.g. vat and corporation tax government bodies.

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